Ince By Ince, a portrait concert of Ince's latest chamber and ensemble music will be given by Present Music August 30, 2014 at Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts in Brookfiled, Wisconsin. Under Ince's direction, a new ensemble version of Two Step Passion will be premiered. Zamboturfidir, Dreamlines, Partita in E and Asumani (ney, cello version) will have their American premieres. All works will be recorded for an upcoming CD.  read review
Just finished writing Songs with other Words, in which selected movements from Mendelssohn's Songs Without Word's are recomposed for the German group Spark and Schleswig-Holstein Festival. It will be premiered at the 2014 Schleswig-Holstein Festival in August 2014.
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Recently created a new version of my piano trio Fortuna Sepio Nos. For clarinet, cello and piano, the premiere of this version will take place at the Utah Arts Festival in Salt Lake City on June 28, 2014, in the SLC Main Library. read review
Abandoned, a short dramatic work (mini opera) written for Opera Memphis' Ghost of Crosstown Project was premiered by Opera Memphis in April 2014 at the abandoned Sears building and Playhouse on the Square. It will be featured at the New Works Sampler of the Opera America Annual Conference in San Francisco on June 22, 2014. read review
Craeted (with much recomposing) a wind ensemble version of Flight Box. It will be premiered by University of Memphis Wind Ensemble at the CBDNA Convention in Jacksonville, Florida, on February 28, 2014. read review
Composed Fortuna Sepio Nos, a piano trio for Arkas Trio. They will premiere it at Sureyya Opera House in Kadikoy Istanbul, January 7, 2014. read review
Kamran Ince is one of the recepients of 2013 Arts and Letters Awards in Music from the American Academy of Arts and Letters.
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Judgment of Midas, an opera in two acts, is to be featured at the 2014 New Works Forum (January, 2014) in New York by Opera America. read review
Judgment of Midas, an opera in two acts, will have it's concert version premiere in Milwaukee, April 12, 13, 2013 with Present Music and Opera Theatre Milwaukee. It is commissioned by Crawford Greenewalt, Jr. III, to mark the 50th anniversary of Sardis/Lydia excavations, sponsored by Harvard and Cornell Universities. We will also record the work at the same time. All this is a culmination of ten years of work on this opera by myself, librettist Miriam Seidel and American Opera Projects. read review
Commissioned by Istanbul International Music Festival for it's a Nasreddin for Berlin Counterpoint. It will be premiered by them at the festival June 19, 2013.  read review
March 15 2013 at CRR concert hall I will participate as the pianist with some of the best musicians in Turkey, Elen Jewett,
Ozcan Ulucan, Rahsan Apay, in a concert of all my music. Rezonans Choir will give the Turkish premiere of Gloria
, originally for Chanticleer. 
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Commissioned with a Commission Award from the Arts Council of Ireland 2011 for Yurodny (Dublin) and Hezarfen (Istanbul) Ensembles, Zamboturfidir was premiered by them October 12 2012, in Istanbul at the Mustafa Kemal Concert Hall. read review
Commissioned by Istanbul Museum of Modern Art to honor the rare viewing of Burhan Dogancay's Symphony in Blue (1987) as part of the Fifty Years of Urban Walls, a Burhan Dogancay retrospective, Symphony in Blue for solo piano was premiered by Huseyin Sermet at the Museum on June 26, 2012.


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I had a number of concerts of my cello and cello/piano music in Istanbul during March 2012 with cellist Rahsan Apay (with me on the piano). Included in the programs were cello/piano adaptations of Lines (originally for violin/piano or clarinet/piano), Drawings (originally for flutes/piano) and Music for a Lost Earth (originally for solo violin and nine players). These new versions are now a part of my catalogue of works.

Composed Asumani for ney (ethnic instrument--alto flute version also available) and cello, commissioned by Hakan Erdogan. It was premiered at the Bach Before & After concert series at the St. Antuan Cathedral in Istanbul by Kudsi Erguner and Eric Maria Couturier, March 23, 2012.
Created Two Step Passion (July 2011) for Spark, Germany. It is an extended version of To Feel Passionate With from Music for a Lost Earth. It containes new material in addition to being adapted for Spark's instrumentation (sopranino recorder, melodica, piano, violin, cello). It is released on Spark's new Deutche Grammafon CD Folk Tunes. They will be performing the work from September 2012 to 2014 during their tours to many European cities. listen
Still, Flow, Surge, a large work for orchestra and choir commissioned by Present Music for their 30th Anniversary, was just premiered by them in Milwaukee (August 2011). read review
Thyestes (text from Seneca's Thyestes), commissioned by The Crossing Choir in Philadelphia, was just premiered by them in Philadelphia (June 2011). listen read review
Participated in the creation of the Gallipoli Symphony, commissioned by the Australian Government, to mark the centennial in 2015 of the 1st World War battle of Gallipoli. Ince’s movement, The Invasion, was premiered at Gallipoli, the strait of Dardanelles, on April 25, 2011, at 4 am by Turkish ethnic musicians, Australian Military Band and a string ensemble conducted by the composer. listen
Exerpts from Domes were used in the Neil Jordan feature film Ondine (Collin Ferrell). listen